J. Cole is ready to step off the bench and back into the spotlight as the “Dreamville” rapper is set to promote his sixth studio album The Off-Season with a U.S. tour this fall. The tour will be supported by 21 Savage and Morray, who appears on the track “m y . l i f e” with Cole on his current album, which topped the US Billboard 200, selling 282,000 album-equivalent units in its first week, earning Cole his sixth consecutive number-one album in the country.
This isn’t the first time 21 Savage and J. Cole teamed up on a record, as they both collaborated on the Grammy-award winning track “A Lot,” which earned both superstars the award for Best Rap Song at the 2020 ceremony.
Cole made the announcement on Twitter this morning and shared that presale tickets will be available on Friday on the Dreamville website. He also announced the Dreamville Festival will return next year after canceling their show due to the pandemic.
Both announcements come off the heels of the North Carolina rapper’s release of his documentary “Applying Pressure” which debuted last month.